Changes to the screen and front camera of the Huawei P50 Pro

The Asian firm officially showed the design of this series during one of its most important presentation events of the brand, since they also showed HarmonyOS 2.0. However, we could only know what it would be like, but now we are learning more details that will await us with the launch of the Huawei P50 Pro.

Unfortunately, they only showed us its appearance, so they left us wanting to know some of the specifications that we are most interested in as future buyers. An example of this would be its screen, since we could barely see it. In addition, there is also the rumor that it could end up without 5G.

Huawei’s P50 with 2.5K resolution

As we said, the Asian company let us take a first look at the P50 last month. However, the firm has not yet decided to officially launch the next models that will be part of its flagship series. Luckily, as time goes by, we are getting to know more features that these phones will have.

In fact, the latest leak will like many Huawei lovers, since certain details have been revealed that interest everyone, since they are related to its touch panel and other features that have to do with its camera and connectivity. Everything has been thanks to a recognized source, Digital Chat Station, who was attentive to a publication that Bruce Lee, the vice president of the company, uploaded, and that he later ended up deleting.

In it, the Huawei member himself stated that the P50 Pro would come to have a screen in which the front camera would be in a notch that would be located in the center of the panel. So, there would be a significant change, since in the P40 of the firm it was located at the top but on one side. Although that is not the most important thing. What has really caught your eye is that your screen will sport a 2.5K resolution (1224 x 2696px) with a 20: 9 aspect ratio.

In addition, another quite revealing detail, which in recent weeks had been questioned, is whether it would have these next Huawei terminals with 5G connectivity. Basically, because it is not allowed to use the 5G technology of American companies. Fortunately, that same publication confirmed that it will be launched with support for 5G networks and Wi-Fi 6+. And according to the latest rumors, the Asian company is expected to finally launch it on the market on July 29.

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